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    Annual foreign debts can be paid with two months’ remittance: Finance minister

    Annual foreign debts can be paid with two months’ remittance: Finance minister Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said that it is possible to pay off the entire year's foreign debt of the country with the remittances sent by expatriates in just two months. "Bangladesh would spend $2.4...
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    Lata Mangeshkar passed away.

    India mourns singer Lata Mangeshkar, dead at 92 https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/02/06/india/lata-mangeshkar-india-intl-hnk/index.html
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    Amazon Removed Reviews of Xi Jinping's Book on Orders From Beijing: Report

    Amazon Removed Reviews of Xi Jinping's Book on Orders From Beijing: Report mazon elected to remove all comments and reviews tied to a listing on its Chinese site marketing the speeches and writings of the country's Communist leader Xi Jinping after Beijing issued an order demanding the...
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    Govt scraps Dhaka-Chattogram elevated expressway plan after spending Tk 1b

    https://thefinancialexpress.com.bd/national/govt-scraps-dhaka-chattogram-elevated-expressway-plan-after-spending-tk-1b-1634490111 Govt scraps Dhaka-Chattogram elevated expressway plan after spending Tk 1b .The government has cancelled a plan to construct a 225-kilometre elevated expressway...
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    RAB officials get sanctioned by U.S

    https://www.thedailystar.net/news/bangladesh/news/us-sanctions-rab-six-high-ups-2914466 The United States imposed human rights-related sanctions on Rapid Action Battalion and six current and former top officials of the agency, including its Director General Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun and now...
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    Reopening of air link revives hope in central Kolkata business hub

    Reopening of air link revives hope in central Kolkata business hub | Kolkata News - Times of India Reopening of air link to Bangladesh revives hope in central Kolkata business hub Read more at...
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    Hasina cancels PMO’s vehicle procurement plan, diverts fund to public healthcare

    Hasina cancels PMO’s vehicle procurement plan, diverts fund to public healthcare Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has diverted Tk 15 crore, which was allocated for the procurement of vehicles for her office, to improve public healthcare services. "An amount of Tk 15 crore was allocated for the...
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    Delhi riots: Court pulls up police for ‘callous’ probe

    Delhi riots: Court pulls up police for ‘callous’ probe Failure to conduct proper investigation will surely torment sentinels of democracy, says ASJ A Delhi court on Thursday expressed serious reservation over the failure of the city police in conducting a proper investigation into a...
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    New ABBA songs released after 40 years !

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    The US military left expensive aircraft in Afghanistan, and the Taliban is upset that none of them work

    The US military left expensive aircraft in Afghanistan, and the Taliban is upset that none of them work After a deadly evacuation of US troops from Afghanistan, a lot of attention has been turned to what was left behind for the Taliban to seize. That reportedly includes billions of dollars...
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    Afghanistan: Taliban’s divisions cast doubt on guarantee of safety for Chinese nationals

    Afghanistan: Taliban’s divisions cast doubt on guarantee of safety for Chinese nationals As the last US troops leave the country, the Taliban’s grip on power faces a new challenge – controlling dissent from within its ranks The group has courted China in rebuilding efforts and promised the...
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    The new record in the country's foreign exchange reserves is $46.04 billion

    The new record in the country's foreign exchange reserves is $46.04 billion Google Translate. Star Online reports Tuesday, August 24, 2021 09:11 PM In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, the country's foreign exchange reserves have reached a new record of ৮ 48.04 billion. So far, the...
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    Female Afghan TV anchor makes headlines with interview of Taliban official

    Female Afghan TV anchor makes headlines with interview of Taliban official The hardline Taliban continued their version of a charm offensive Tuesday, allowing a TV station’s female anchor to interview a spokesman — who proceeded to express astonishment “that people are afraid” of the...
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    Afghan president flees the country as Taliban move on Kabul

    Afghan president flees the country as Taliban move on Kabul KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s embattled president left the country Sunday, joining his fellow citizens and foreigners in a stampede fleeing the advancing Taliban and signaling the end of a 20-year Western experiment aimed...
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    Tigers clinch first-ever series against Australia

    Tigers take historic series Pacer Mustafizur Rahman was the saviour yesterday, helping Bangladesh complete a remarkable turnaround from a trying situation as they trumped Australia by 10 runs in the third T20I, in the process clinching their first ever series win over the men from down under...
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    Mizoram demands central order to lift blockade by Assam

    Mizoram demands central order to lift blockade by Assam Amid CM's peace appeal, Mizoram demands central order to lift blockade by Assam | India News - Times of India AIZAWL: As Assam's retaliatory economic blockade against Mizoram over Monday's border flare-up stretched beyond 48 hours, the...
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    2051: Richer, fractured – A light-hearted look at what India may turn out to be 30 years from now

    2051: Richer, fractured – A light-hearted look at what India may turn out to be 30 years from now Readers may be bored with lengthy, learned analyses of 30 years of Indian economic reform, starting with Manmohan Singh’s budget speech of July 24, 1991. For variety, let me instead write on what...
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    John McAfee: antivirus entrepreneur found dead in Spanish prison.

    John McAfee: antivirus entrepreneur found dead in Spanish prison. The antivirus software entrepreneur John McAfee has been found dead in his cell in Spain, hours after the country’s national court approved his extradition to the United States, where he was wanted on tax-related criminal...
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    Postal service - a new lease of life?

    Postal service - a new lease of life? Years ago when there was a much publicised initiative to energise the almost non-functional postal department with e-services and required logistics, there was a mixed reaction hinging more on a sense of scepticism as to the feasibility of such a move...
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    Biden expands Trump's list of Chinese companies banned from US investment

    Biden expands Trump's list of Chinese companies banned from US investment Hong Kong / Washington, D.C. (CNN Business) President Joe Biden has expanded a Trump-era ban on American investment in dozens of Chinese firms that Washington believes are linked to China's military.Biden signed...

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